WATCH LIVE: Gov. Beshear, Charles Booker speak on Breonna Taylor decision

WATCH LIVE: GOV. BESHEAR, CHARLES BOOKER SPEAK ON BREONNA TAYLOR DECISION

Gov. Andy Beshear, State Rep. Charles Booker and J. Michael Brown, Secretary of the Governor's Executive Cabinet, hold news conference...

These under-$25 pumpkin carving kits will let you craft any design you want

THESE UNDER-$25 PUMPKIN CARVING KITS WILL LET YOU CRAFT ANY DESIGN YOU WANT

The devil's in the details.

 
 
 
This is how you freak out the neighbors on Halloween

THIS IS HOW YOU FREAK OUT THE NEIGHBORS ON HALLOWEEN

Something wicked this way comes...

This pumpkin spice wreath is the picture of fall perfection

THIS PUMPKIN SPICE WREATH IS THE PICTURE OF FALL PERFECTION

The first sign of cozy nights ahead!

 
 
 
Citywide curfew announced for Louisville starting at 9 p.m

CITYWIDE CURFEW ANNOUNCED FOR LOUISVILLE STARTING AT 9 P.M

On Wednesday, the grand jury will present its findings in the Breonna Taylor case - a decision Louisville has been preparing for days.

TIMELINE: From death to decision, how Breonna Taylor's killing rippled through Louisville

TIMELINE: FROM DEATH TO DECISION, HOW BREONNA TAYLOR'S KILLING RIPPLED THROUGH LOUISVILLE

A lot has changed in Louisville since Breonna Taylor, a Black 26-year-old, was killed in her apartment back in March. Her death has...

 
 
 
'You see yourself in these people': Man starts Twitter account to honor victims of pandemic

'YOU SEE YOURSELF IN THESE PEOPLE': MAN STARTS TWITTER ACCOUNT TO HONOR VICTIMS OF PANDEMIC

The creator says he started tracking each death in March as a way to cope and to give each victim dignity and a broader purpose.

Grand jury to present report on Breonna Taylor case Wednesday afternoon

GRAND JURY TO PRESENT REPORT ON BREONNA TAYLOR CASE WEDNESDAY AFTERNOON

The Jefferson County grand jury will present its report on the Breonna Taylor case to Jefferson County Circuit Judge Annie O'Connell...

 
 
 
How Louisville is preparing for a decision in the Breonna Taylor case

HOW LOUISVILLE IS PREPARING FOR A DECISION IN THE BREONNA TAYLOR CASE

Traffic restrictions are in place, businesses are boarded up and local leaders and community activists are standing by for an announcement...

Louisville-area horse and trainer set sights on Preakness

LOUISVILLE-AREA HORSE AND TRAINER SET SIGHTS ON PREAKNESS

While there will not be a Triple Crown winner in 2020, one Louisville-area horse and trainer have their sights set on next week's Preakness...

 
 
 
Louisville developer proposes new restaurant, retail center on Bardstown Road

LOUISVILLE DEVELOPER PROPOSES NEW RESTAURANT, RETAIL CENTER ON BARDSTOWN ROAD

A Louisville developer that specializes in restaurant and retail center development has a new project in the works.

KY governor on pending Taylor decision: 'Eyes and ears of the world are gonna be here'

KY GOVERNOR ON PENDING TAYLOR DECISION: 'EYES AND EARS OF THE WORLD ARE GONNA BE HERE'

Kentucky's governor has shied away from weighing in on the pending Breonna Taylor investigation as anticipation builds on an announcement...

 
 
 
More dry weather to come

MORE DRY WEATHER TO COME

The dry weather is sticking around Kentuckiana.

JCPS superintendent challenges district employees, students to register to vote

JCPS SUPERINTENDENT CHALLENGES DISTRICT EMPLOYEES, STUDENTS TO REGISTER TO VOTE

Tuesday was National Voter Registration Day and Jefferson County Public Schools encouraged students, staff and the community to sign...

 
 
 
Louisville real estate firm wants to help Black families buy homes

LOUISVILLE REAL ESTATE FIRM WANTS TO HELP BLACK FAMILIES BUY HOMES

Noir Realty principal broker Antoinette Reyes said she's not just working to sell homes, she wants to educate buyers, too.

As decision in Taylor case looms, faith leaders ask Louisvillians to unite in prayer

AS DECISION IN TAYLOR CASE LOOMS, FAITH LEADERS ASK LOUISVILLIANS TO UNITE IN PRAYER

An interfaith vigil was held Tuesday afternoon at Waterfront Park, kicking off "Louisville Prays."

 
 
 
Mayor declares state of emergency for Louisville ahead of decision: What that means

MAYOR DECLARES STATE OF EMERGENCY FOR LOUISVILLE AHEAD OF DECISION: WHAT THAT MEANS

The mayor of Louisville has declared a state of emergency for the Metro ahead of a looming decision in the Breonna Taylor case.

Why do leaves change color?

WHY DO LEAVES CHANGE COLOR?

This is why some leaves burst into various shades of red while others turn orange or brown.

 
 
 
Bloomberg raises millions to help Florida felons vote

BLOOMBERG RAISES MILLIONS TO HELP FLORIDA FELONS VOTE

The effort is in addition to $100 million he has pledged to help Joe Biden win Florida.

Judge: Postal Service must process election mail on time

JUDGE: POSTAL SERVICE MUST PROCESS ELECTION MAIL ON TIME

For the second time in a week, a federal judge has ordered the U.S. Postal Service to live up to its responsibilities to process election...

 
 
 



California to ban sale of new gas-powered passenger vehicles in 2035

California to ban sale of new gas-powered passenger vehicles in 2035

California plans to ban the sale of new gasoline-powered passenger cars and trucks starting in 2035 in a dramatic move to shift to electric vehicles and reduce greenhouse gas... Read more ...

GOP Senate report on Biden's son alleges conflict of interest, provides no...

GOP Senate report on Biden's son alleges conflict of interest, provides no evidence of wrongdoing

Two Republican-led Senate committees issued a politically charged report alleging that the work Joe Biden's son did in Ukraine constituted a conflict of interest for the Obama... Read more ...

Louisville braces for riots after Kentucky AG announces charges for one...

Louisville braces for riots after Kentucky AG announces charges for one officer in Breonna Taylor case

Streets in downtown Louisville have been blocked off and police put on high alert as Kentucky authorities announced they are charging an officer involved in the fatal shooting... Read more ...

Deflategate 2.0? NFL's Tyrod Taylor suffered PUNCTURED LUNG as pre-game...

Deflategate 2.0? NFL's Tyrod Taylor suffered PUNCTURED LUNG as pre-game painkilling injection goes badly wrong

Los Angeles Chargers starting quarterback Tyrod Taylor suffered a punctured lung when his team doctor tried to administer a painkilling injection just seconds before the start... Read more ...

Grand jury to present report on Breonna Taylor case Wednesday afternoon

Grand jury to present report on Breonna Taylor case Wednesday afternoon

The Jefferson County grand jury will present its report on the Breonna Taylor case to Jefferson County Circuit Judge Annie O'Connell on Thursday. Read more ...

These under-$25 pumpkin carving kits will let you craft any design you want

These under-$25 pumpkin carving kits will let you craft any design you want

The devil's in the details. Read more ...

Trump hails Johnson & Johnson COVID-19 vaccine entering final trials

Trump hails Johnson & Johnson COVID-19 vaccine entering final trials

President Trump on Wednesday hailed the “Big news” that Johnson & Johnson has reportedly entered final clinical trials for a coronavirus vaccine that would require one shot... Read more ...

Thousands Expected To Honor Ginsburg At Supreme Court

Thousands Expected To Honor Ginsburg At Supreme Court

The late justice will lie in repose for two days at the court where she served for 27 years. Read more ...

Few resources, old-growth forest allowed for fire's growth

Few resources, old-growth forest allowed for fire's growth

By the time staffing was ramped up, flames had found their way deep into inaccessible forest. Read more ...

California Governor Signs Order Banning Sales Of New Gasoline Cars By 2035

California Governor Signs Order Banning Sales Of New Gasoline Cars By 2035

Gov. Gavin Newsom signed an executive order Wednesday that amounts to the most aggressive clean-car policy in the U.S. and would end the sale of new gas vehicles in the state... Read more ...